Join two of your favorite tAra Yoga instructors, Tara Roulis and Patty Boyle, for a 3-night/4-day yoga retreat in Plymouth, Vermont!
On this retreat you can expect:
~ twice daily yoga classes led by Tara or Patty at the center's indoor and/or outdoor space (weather permitting), surrounded by beautiful mountainous scenery.
~ optional hikes to the tops of mountains with breathtaking views, cascading waterfalls and calming lakes;
~ an on-site massage therapist with whom you can schedule an appointment prior to arrival
~ 3 vegetarian meals per day prepared by a private chef, who can also accommodate dietary restrictions and needs
~ Plenty of down time to relax in the steam shower or outdoor hot tub, explore local villages, read, take naps or cycle through town (bikes provided).
7 Bedrooms, Sleeps 19
Sleeping and Bathroom Accommodations:
~ 7 bedrooms and 5 full bathrooms
- Bedroom 1 – 2 twin/ single
- Bedroom 2 – 2 twin/ single
- Bedroom 3 – 1 double, 1 twin/ single
- Bedroom 4 – 1 double
- Bedroom 5 – 1 double , 1 twin/ single
- Bedroom 6 – 1 king , 1 twin/ single
- Bedroom 7 – 1 double , 8 twin/ single on Third Floor
~ all bathrooms are shared.
For a closer look at Good Commons, visit their website:
When: 4pm on Thursday, October 26, 2017 through 1pm on Sunday, October 29, 2017.
Investment: $675 ($625 if paid in full by March 31, 2017) for shared room; $975 ($925 if paid in full by March 31, 2017) for private room
Non-refundable deposit of $200 will reserve your space! We expect this retreat to fill, so please place your deposit right away!
*tAra Yoga members receive 10% off!
This is a moderately paced class and students continue to build awareness, strength, skill and focus. It is helpful to have a basic understanding of sun salutations, but this is not required to attend the class. Posture sequences will be linked by vinyasa flow, designed to raise energy in the body while keeping the mind steady. Various hand and arm balances may be offered, however, modifications are offered to make this class accessible to all students.